I haven’t read the original study, but this finding is consistent with the idea that we should eat better in order to avoid or overcome degenerative diseases of the brain (and the rest of the body). I whole-heartedly agree. I don’t know whether there is anything particularly magical or special about green tea or carrots specifically, but generally adding more vitamins from healthy vegetables has to be a good thing.
While Dr. Price’s research may not be endorsed by the modern medical community, it has become so popular with those who choose a more natural, non-traditional approach that it warrants closer inspection. While Dr. Price’s research was really well-done and widely accepted at the time, 80 years later people have moved on. A big difference between Dr. Price and modern nutrition best practices was his advocacy for eating fats. Note, however, that he’s not advocating for Crisco, palm oil, canola oil or any of the modern types of fats that are widely available.[Read more…] about Weston A. Price approach to treating inflammation